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on the plaza outside the Hamilton Building at the museum.
Video interview with Lares Feliciano
Learn more about the artist and this immersive installation.
Video Interview with the Artist
She discusses her contributions to the studio, creative process, and advice for young artists.
Inspiration is all around, inside, outside, and in between us. It's easily found if you just open your eyes and pay attention.
Learn more about Jessica's process and see how she builds a composition while weaving in complex and shifting colors, light-reactive glazes, and sculpted textures.
In this video, Romelle gives a peek into her studio and demonstrates her painting process.
Watch this video to learn about the materials, themes, and techniques Beatriz Gomez uses to explore the beauty of Colorado’s forests.
Assistant Curator Dakota Hoska gets to know this artist and teacher "on fire with creative energy and purpose."
Danielle SeeWalker is Hunkpapa Lakota from the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in North Dakota, where she was born and raised. She is an artist, writer, activist, and “boymom” of two, based in Denver, Colorado. She likes to experiment and use mixed media within her artwork while incorporating traditional Native American materials, scenes, and messaging.
At the Denver Art Museum, our local creative community includes some of our most inspirational collaborators. From Untitled: Creative Fusions, to our Creative-in-Residence program, to weekend demonstrations in the Studio, local artists are integral to DAM programs.
Because of COVID-19 health and safety requirements, our interactive Studio is currently closed and artist demos that used to happen in the Studio are moving online.
For many of our staff members, music can often be the key ingredient in getting the creative juices flowing. But we were curious: is the same true for artists?
We turned to one of our local favorites, Suzy Savoy, for answers and asked her what music has helped her to get into the creative mindset during quarantine.
Our Denver creative community is a vibrant source of inspiration and creativity—especially now. This week, we asked local artist Romelle to share what is keeping her inspired and sparking her creativity during this time. She says:
“My name is Romelle and I am an abstract painter based in RiNo, Denver. My studio essentials include anything that keeps me sane and I'm never short of vibrant colors to help bring my mood up. Lately, my routine has involved biking to the studio which acts as a sort of moving-meditation as I start the day.